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      DeAnn R
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      In all likelihood, most of us can relate to the topic of Halsey’s latest column. Avoiding awkward greetings is a common struggle for anyone with a disability. While I’m not a social butterfly, I not only can appreciate eye contact, but also a smile. People don’t know how to react to someone with a disability. Often they ignore us. Halsey outlines more appropriate greetings in this post.

      Do you agree with her suggestions? Do you have any tips to add?

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      Halsey Blocher
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      Thanks for sharing DeAnn! I’m really hoping this one helps people to have better interactions and encourages people to reach out and get to know their disabled peers!

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